Bruce Katzen is one of the Founding Members and Chair of Kluger Kaplan’s Trust & Estate’s Litigation Practice Group. He is an expert in financial litigations and trust disputes with over 30 years of experience. Katzen also concentrates on other types of litigations such as commercials, corporate matters, accountants’ liability, stockbroker liability among others.
He was trained to serve as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). This preparation and his constant interest regarding financial fraud and probate lawsuits prepare him to be an attorney. The technical problems presented in his cases have contributed him to understand the deep concerns of his clients. Moreover, his background gives him the tools to properly attend the witnesses and experts involved in his cases. All this preparation came after spending a lot of time studying law.
Katzen attended Boston University and in 1980 as Summa Cum Laude of his class. When he learned his certification as a CPA, he started pursuing law classes at the University of Miami School of Law. In here, he graduated Magna Cum Laude. His constant drive and dedication throughout his education years continue to show today as he takes on new clients.
Katzen became especially recognized perceived his work in the territories financial fraud, franchise, trust, and guardianship disputes. Additionally, he is being trusted important cases regarding company purchase and sale disputes, and life insurance coverage disputes.
His work has been mentioned in tons of specialized publications such as Super Lawyers Business Edition, Florida Trend Magazine, and the South Florida Business Journal. Bruce Katzen has receives important recognitions throughout his career, for example, in 2011, he was regarded as one of the Best Lawyers in America in the Securities and Capital Markets Law an award given by the U.S. News and World Report.